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Donors, like you, matter.

The From Us. For Us. Employee Giving Campaign is an annual fundraising effort that provides faculty and staff the opportunity to invest in programs and projects on campus by making a tax-deductible donation.

As faculty and staff at HSC, you have already established a strong history of giving back by what you do for our University each day. Your participation in the campaign is another way to show your commitment and to directly impact HSC team members and students through student scholarships, research initiatives, areas of greatest need, and much more.


Student Emergency Fund

The student emergency fund provides emergency financial assistance to enrolled students who are having temporary financial hardships due to unforeseen or uncontrollable circumstances.

Read more about the student emergency fund

The Horsman McFadden HSC
Employee Endowed Scholarship

The Horsman McFadden HSC Employee scholarship provide assistance for The University of North Texas Health Science Center at Fort Worth employee or a employee’s dependent who are pursuing higher educational goals. Online classes are accepted. HSC employees, their spouses or dependents are eligible. Read more about the Horsman McFadden HSC Employee Scholarship

TCOM Stethoscope Program

With a gift of $250, you can sponsor a Littmann Cardiology IV stethoscope for an incoming Class of 2028 TCOM student. You can make an even greater impact by sponsoring more than one student with a gift of $500, $750, or $1,000. Your heartfelt gift is a testament to the investment you’re willing to make in the future of medicine – forever connecting you with the student who receives it and ultimately “touching” the hearts of countless patients for years to come.

College of Pharmacy Travel Fund

Support the Pharmacy Student Travel Fund to make an impact on our students’ professional development. 

With 25 registered student organizations and counting, students can explore and participate in numerous networking, leadership and professional development opportunities. This often includes attending conferences and meetings across the state and the country. During this time of rising costs, financial support can be of great assistance in defraying travel costs for our students. 

Professional meetings offer valuable opportunities to gain exposure to the profession beyond school experiences, to network with peers and leaders, to get involved in leadership activities, and to advocate for the profession.

With your support of our Student Travel Fund, you are investing in our students’ success as future pharmacists serving the community. 

Please consider helping our students explore, grow and connect with the professional pharmacy community through the Student Travel Fund.

School of Health Professions

Physical Therapy Annual Scholarship
The Physical Therapy Annual Scholarship has been established by The University of North Texas Health Science Center at Fort Worth’s School of Health Professions to recognize and support outstanding students who are dedicated to pursuing a career in physical therapy. This prestigious award recognizes and empowers outstanding students dedicated to pursuing a career in physical therapy. We seek individuals who possess a passion for restoring mobility, functionality, and overall well-being within the field. Established by generous alumni and donors, this scholarship directly addresses the rising cost of tuition and expenses, which can significantly burden students’ progress and well-being. By supporting aspiring physical therapists, we aim to cultivate a new generation of practitioners equipped to address the ever-evolving needs of patients.

ForeverFit provides individualized, structured, and supervised fitness programming specifically for cancer patients. Exercise specialists work directly with each patient to prescribe appropriate exercises based on their diagnosis, treatment and recovery status. Exercise training includes cardiovascular endurance, muscular strength and endurance, balance, range of motion and flexibility. Monitoring metrics before exercise (pulse oximetry, blood pressure, heart rate, heart rate, RPE) ensures a safe environment for patients.
Read more about ForeverFit.

School of Public Health Annual Fund

Participation in local, state and national conferences helps SPH students learn from and connect with leaders in the fields of public health and health care administration, as well network with peers and research colleagues from other organizations. Through these conferences, SPH students also have an opportunity to present their academic research findings through poster presentations, oral reports, workshops and educational breakout sessions. Conferences of the American Public Health Association, Texas Public Health Association and North Texas and national chapters of the American College of Healthcare Executives are all great resources for our students. You can support a student’s travel and expenses to one of these conferences by giving today to the SPH Professional Development Fund.

School of Biomedical Sciences

Martin Farias Lectureship – Martin Farias III, PhD, transformed the lives of his fellow students at HSC. Graduating with the class of 2002, Dr. Farias helped cofound the Society for the Advancement of Latinos in Science during his time at HSC. This organization later affiliated with a national organization and became the HSC chapter of the Society for the Advancement of Chicanos/Hispanics and Native Americans in Science.

In memory of Dr. Farias and his exceptional dedication and commitment to his fellow students, the School of Biomedical Sciences would like to create an endowed lectureship in his honor. This lectureship will embody the values of the Health Science Center while also honoring the memory of Dr. Farias and his devotion to diversity, equity, and inclusion.

Rafal Fudala Memorial Scholarship – This scholarship fund honors Dr. Fudala’s commitment to graduate education, in which his expertise contributed to teaching biochemistry and molecular biology and training graduate students and postdoctoral fellows in his laboratory.

Dr. Fudala joined HSC in 2012 as an instructor and was promoted to Assistant Professor in the Department of Microbiology, Immunology, and Genetics in 2017. Over the past ten years, he worked in fluorescence and probe development, including fluorescence-based methods in molecular and cellular imaging and nanophotonics processes to develop rHDL-based delivery systems to cure cancer.

Undergraduate Scholarship – The Bachelor of Science in Biomedical Sciences program is a flexible, affordable path for degree completion with a robust curriculum centered around the next generation of students seeking a career in health care, public or private laboratory research, scientific industry, or many other science careers.

The SBS Undergraduate Scholarship Fund supports BS in Biomedical Sciences students who meet or exceed the program’s minimum admissions and academic performance requirements in effect at the time of the award.